It's called paraphrasing, and it's a common form. By condoning the current NSA you are in fact giving up essential liberty in exchange for a little temporary safety. I'm glad that you can recognize a founding father quote. It's a shame you don't adhere to its ruminations.
The full inclusion of all qualifiers does not strengthen your argument. Try again with a valid rebuttal.
Oh no, no, no! I am not trying to convince you that "freedom is worthless," but rather am pointing out that you have no useful idea about how your freedom was gained, maintained, and what is needed in the future to ensure it. Your little crack about "North Korea" is only further demonstration of that. In fact that might even suggest that you don't really understand your freedoms, let alone the Constitution.
If you are confusing what goes on in North Korea with what goes on in the US you are badly uninformed indeed.
Those who sacrifice freedom for security deserve neither. You are obviously one of those.